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A Mandarin duckling runs along the ground, its small wings out-stretched.

Camille Munday discusses her motivations and experiences on the MSc in Wild Animal Biology course.

Scientist Emmeline Broad smiles at the camera in a bright orange suit, onboard a research vessel.

IoZ scientists Chris Yesson & Emmeline Broad share their experiences as they investigate the deep-sea floor in Greenland.

dormouse being held in a hand
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This week, the 1000th hazel dormouse was reintroduced to UK woodlands as part of a collaborative national reintroduction programme. ZSL’s Dr...

Common dolphin stranded at Branscombe beach

PhD student Mike Williamson used data collected by the ZSL-led Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) from 1990-2018 on UK stranded...

Feather stars in Greenland

Dr Chris Yesson and colleagues explore the wonders of the Greenland seabed ahead of our Science and Conservation Event "Life in the cold..." on...

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New research led by ZSL scientists argues that creating effective rewilding policies, and thus scaling up the use of this conservation concept,...

Female Hihi © Vix Franks

An in-depth exploration of the problems associated with hatching failure in birds ahead of the Science and Conservation Event “Why do eggs fail?”...

Underwater photo of a grey reef shark swimming up to the camera

For yesterday's Wild Lunch event we met ZSL scientist David Curnick, who is a...

Cold water coral scene

By Chris Yesson, Bridget Sparrow-Scinocca & Emme Broad

On 28th March 2021 a...

Red-footed Booby © Peter Carr, ZSL
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By Peter Carr, ZSL

New research published this week in Restoration Ecology, led by scientists at ZSL’s Institute...

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